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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Series 62 vs Coupe DeVille
« Last post by 57shark82 on Yesterday at 12:03:19 PM »

You have a Coupe Deville according to the title.  I can't wait to see the pictures.  I love the 60 model year.
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Series 62 vs Coupe DeVille
« Last post by JAG56Cad on Yesterday at 10:55:55 AM »
Its a 60J by the title.
Car still waiting to be transported to me in Dallas.

It needs to hurry up already! :)

On the bright side we are expecting more rain AGAIN so you may get a free car wash..!  ;)
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Series 62 vs Coupe DeVille
« Last post by Dice on Yesterday at 10:27:34 AM »
Its a 60J by the title.
Car still waiting to be transported to me in Dallas.

It needs to hurry up already! :)

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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Series 62 vs Coupe DeVille
« Last post by Sevillian on Yesterday at 01:47:21 AM »
One easy way to tell, assuming the seat has not been replaced, is that the Series 62 does not have a front center armrest.  Also, if the car has manual windows, it is a Series 62.
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Body and Paint in Chicago?
« Last post by D.Yaros on September 20, 2018, 03:04:18 PM »
You say you are in a Chicago suburb.  Would that be a northern, southern or western suburb?

If northern, I would heartly recommend Bennett Coachworks in Milwaukee, WI.

http://www.hotrodbuilders.com/

Tell 'em Dave Yaros recommended them.
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Introductions / Welcome Xchrisposix to the forum
« Last post by South_paw on September 20, 2018, 03:02:04 PM »
Welcome Xchrisposix

Your account is now activated  8)  Pull up a chair and tell us about your Cadillac, share a picture or two.

Enjoy,
Lou
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Introductions / Re: Finally Getting Started
« Last post by D.Yaros on September 20, 2018, 03:00:34 PM »
A great story and a great car!

Make sure the students understand the family history of the ride on which they are privileged to work!
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Buy and Sell / WTB 1956 Compressor bracket
« Last post by Saturnin15 on September 19, 2018, 08:35:25 PM »
I am looking for a AC compressor bracket set.  Anybody have a spare one?
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General Discussions / Re: 1962 - Bubbles in Radiator
« Last post by Scott62 on September 19, 2018, 06:17:38 AM »
Sorry for late response.... The foamy bubbles only appear when engine reaches near normal operating temp like 170 to 180 degrees F. During warm up everything looks normal....no air bubbles/foam. With thermostat installed, my temp gauges pegs full scale when motor approaches the 180 degree mark. As thermostat opens the bubbles appear are in full force and stay steady from there. As flow increases in cooling system with the opening of the thermostat, the temp gauge slowly comes back in range. My guess is the extra circulation carries the bubbles away from the temp sensor and some liquid contact is re-established. I believe my issue is with the left cylinder head area which has the temp sending unit. One other observation: my IR temp gun shows the left cylinder head to be 10 to 15 degree F hotter as the engine warms up and after the bubbles appear. The warm up-bubble process is very repeatable so I'm afraid I have an internal engine issue. I doubt that it would be entrapped air as it would eventually work its way out.....any more thoughts are appreciated.
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General Discussions / Re: Radium Hot Springs Show and Shine
« Last post by 62 Coupe on September 18, 2018, 09:56:44 AM »
The '48 with the stitches looks like it had an accident that the owner couldn't get repaired in time for the show. It looked pretty fresh. The stitches were a good way to make light of the damage. I feel for the guy.

The Rebel Machine is an original car that the owner has had for decades.
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